Mark directs evaluation initiatives in a national effort to transform undergraduate science teaching. He serves as lead evaluator for the National Academics Summer Institutes, and as co-PI for a NSF-supported investigation of the Summer Institutes’ impact on faculty teaching and student achievement. He enjoys contributing to the growing evaluation culture at Yale and the Center for Teaching and Learning. Mark Graham received a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University (2002), and a B.A. with honors (magna cum laude) from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst (1993). His experience includes a one-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) post-doctoral traineeship, and seven years as Director of Education Research, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. At Yale since 2011, Mark has filled evaluation management roles of increasing responsibility, and has published peer-reviewed articles on evaluation, assessment, and student persistence in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Outside of Yale, Mark Graham serves on the Board of Directors for the New Haven ACES Foundation and volunteers with New Haven Reads.